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If you want a president, that will overturn Roe vs Wade. as soon as possible, and that will take away our rights as women, like he knows what we and our bodies go through. If you want a president that outsources jobs to China and then lies about it.If you want a president that has admitted he loves hiring people and then firing them, just because he can. He admitted he loves firing people.If you want a president who won't show his taxes, because he has money hidden in Switzerland and the Cayman Islands and who knows where else.If you want a president who admits when he doesn't know he is being taped, that he doesn't care, about 47% of us. That means most of us on cafemom too. He says we feel entitled, and we don't take responsibility for our own lives.If you want a president, who says when (not if) he wins, there will be more wars, not even one more war. He said more wars. Who knows what he means by that.If you want a president, that will take Social Security, as we know it away from us, if you are fifty or younger. I'm over fifty, so it's not me (on that one) that I'm worried about. If you want a president,that will raise taxes on the middle class, and lower it yet again on the top 1%.If you want a president, that says his first day in office he will repeal Obamacare, and make so many people, not be able to get help, unless you have an emergency, like a stroke or heart attack. Then you will be taken to the hospital, make sure you aren't dying at the time, and let go. You will be in debt, the rest of your life. If that happens, I hope no one loses their jobs, and can't afford health care. If you do, Romney care will happen to you.If you want a president, who doesn't want anymore teachers or firefighters. The classrooms will get even bigger, and your kids will have less time with their teachers. If you want a president, that his only experience, is being born rich, and owning companies.If you want a president, who says, different things, depending on who he is talking too. There are a lot more things, but that's all for now, If you want a president life this. Vote for Romney.

by on Oct. 13, 2012 at 4:48 AM
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DixieL
by Platinum Member on Oct. 13, 2012 at 5:49 AM


Quoting Anonymous:


Quoting DestinyHLewis:

Quoting DixieL:

Even if you know, you are voting for Romney, please read this, and think about it, in your head, and in your heart. I'm believe in God, but I'm not a fanatic, but I'm praying, that Romney won't win, and President Obama will have his second term. This is such an important election year.

At least you two, are just giving your answers, and not being nasty and rude like some people do. That's the same thing that was said about Joe Biden. They are no better than they said he was.


I am praying the exact opposite.

Me too!


MeaganP
by Silver Member on Oct. 13, 2012 at 5:59 AM
Just say no to Obama
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RMB2011
by Platinum Member on Oct. 13, 2012 at 6:11 AM
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Obama 2012
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DixieL
by Platinum Member on Oct. 13, 2012 at 6:14 AM
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Quoting RMB2011:

Obama 2012

At least there is one smart person tonight. Thank you.

winkyloafer
by on Oct. 13, 2012 at 6:16 AM
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I want someone who will do something that's worth a shit and isn't a delusional imbecile. Neither of the main candidates will do.
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Anonymous
by Anonymous on Oct. 13, 2012 at 6:21 AM

Except that forecasters were already calling it a win for Romney in August, prior to any debates. The debates only helped more republicans decide to vote in this election. 

Quoting DixieL:


Quoting Anonymous:

Right now as it sits it's Romney that has this. Unless something really big comes up in the next three weeks it's going to be alright. Many of the presidential predictors out there and available are predicting Romney. The thing we now have to worry about is all these crybabies threatening to riot if Obama loses. Big difference in libs and conservatives. Liberals threaten violence and anarchy, while a conservative threatens to leave the country. 

Quoting Anonymous:

Obama had better not win or we are all fucked. Anyone else notice that Obama repeated the same shit over and over and over again in the debate. The first 15 minutes Obama just repeated the same stuff almost verbatim. He's an idiot.

The only reason Romney is up right now, is because the President did a bad job on the first debate. He admits it. President Obama won't let Romney get away with his lies, these next two debates. The next one is Tuesday, where it will be a Town Hall meeting. They both have to answer questions from the audience. After that, Obama will be back up, although the polls show that Obama is still winning now, just not by as much as he was.



Wifeyy2Lette
by on Oct. 13, 2012 at 6:23 AM
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Obama 2012!
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Anonymous
by Anonymous on Oct. 13, 2012 at 6:30 AM
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Yep and according the The University Of Colorado Romney will be our next President

http://www.colorado.edu/news/releases/2012/08/22/analysis-election-factors-points-romney-win-university-colorado-study-says

Analysis of election factors points to Romney win, University of Colorado study says

A University of Colorado analysis of state-by-state factors leading to the Electoral College selection of every U.S. president since 1980 forecasts that the 2012 winner will be Mitt Romney.

The key is the economy, say political science professors Kenneth Bickers of CU-Boulder and Michael Berry of CU Denver. Their prediction model stresses economic data from the 50 states and the District of Columbia, including both state and national unemployment figures as well as changes in real per capita income, among other factors.

“Based on our forecasting model, it becomes clear that the president is in electoral trouble,” said Bickers, also director of the CU in DC Internship Program.

According to their analysis, President Barack Obama will win 213 votes in the Electoral College, short of the 270 he needs. And though they chiefly focus on the Electoral College, the political scientists predict Romney will win 52.9 percent of the popular vote to Obama’s 47.1 percent, when considering only the two major political parties.

“For the last eight presidential elections, this model has correctly predicted the winner,” said Berry. “The economy has seen some improvement since President Obama took office. What remains to be seen is whether voters will consider the economy in relative or absolute terms. If it’s the former, the president may receive credit for the economy’s trajectory and win a second term. In the latter case, Romney should pick up a number of states Obama won in 2008.”

Their model correctly predicted all elections since 1980, including two years when independent candidates ran strongly, 1980 and 1992. It also correctly predicted the outcome in 2000, when Al Gore received the most popular vote but George W. Bush won the election.

The study will be published this month in PS: Political Science & Politics, a peer-reviewed journal of the American Political Science Association. It will be among about a dozen election prediction models, but one of only two to focus on the Electoral College.

While many forecast models are based on the popular vote, the Electoral College model developed by Bickers and Berry is the only one of its type to include more than one state-level measure of economic conditions.

In addition to state and national unemployment rates, the authors looked at per capita income, which indicates the extent to which people have more or less disposable income. Research shows that these two factors affect the major parties differently: Voters hold Democrats more responsible for unemployment rates while Republicans are held more responsible for per capita income.

Accordingly -- and depending largely on which party is in the White House at the time -- each factor can either help or hurt the major parties disproportionately.

Their results show that “the apparent advantage of being a Democratic candidate and holding the White House disappears when the national unemployment rate hits 5.6 percent,” Berry said.  The results indicate, according to Bickers, “that the incumbency advantage enjoyed by President Obama, though statistically significant, is not great enough to offset high rates of unemployment currently experienced in many of the states.”

In an examination of other factors, the authors found that none of the following had any statistically significant effect on whether a state ultimately went for a particular candidate: The location of a party’s national convention; the home state of the vice president; or the partisanship of state governors.

In 2012, “What is striking about our state-level economic indicator forecast is the expectation that Obama will lose almost all of the states currently considered as swing states, including North Carolina, Virginia, New Hampshire, Colorado, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Ohio and Florida,” Bickers said.

In Colorado, which went for Obama in 2008, the model predicts that Romney will receive 51.9 percent of the vote to Obama’s 48.1 percent, again with only the two major parties considered.

The authors also provided caveats. Factors they said may affect their prediction include the timeframe of the economic data used in the study and close tallies in certain states. The current data was taken five months in advance of the Nov. 6 election and they plan to update it with more current economic data in September. A second factor is that states very close to a 50-50 split may fall an unexpected direction.

“As scholars and pundits well know, each election has unique elements that could lead one or more states to behave in ways in a particular election that the model is unable to correctly predict,” Berry said.

Election prediction models “suggest that presidential elections are about big things and the stewardship of the national economy,” Bickers said. “It’s not about gaffes, political commercials or day-to-day campaign tactics. I find that heartening for our democracy.”

Quoting Anonymous:

Except that forecasters were already calling it a win for Romney in August, prior to any debates. The debates only helped more republicans decide to vote in this election. 

Quoting DixieL:


Quoting Anonymous:

Right now as it sits it's Romney that has this. Unless something really big comes up in the next three weeks it's going to be alright. Many of the presidential predictors out there and available are predicting Romney. The thing we now have to worry about is all these crybabies threatening to riot if Obama loses. Big difference in libs and conservatives. Liberals threaten violence and anarchy, while a conservative threatens to leave the country. 

Quoting Anonymous:

Obama had better not win or we are all fucked. Anyone else notice that Obama repeated the same shit over and over and over again in the debate. The first 15 minutes Obama just repeated the same stuff almost verbatim. He's an idiot.

The only reason Romney is up right now, is because the President did a bad job on the first debate. He admits it. President Obama won't let Romney get away with his lies, these next two debates. The next one is Tuesday, where it will be a Town Hall meeting. They both have to answer questions from the audience. After that, Obama will be back up, although the polls show that Obama is still winning now, just not by as much as he was.




armywife009
by Platinum Member on Oct. 13, 2012 at 6:33 AM

fallnangel3
by Bronze Member on Oct. 13, 2012 at 6:35 AM
Actually he wants to change medicare and ss for anyone under 54 :)
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